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Address: Rua dos Pastorinhos, Fatima 2495-301, Portugal
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Great to see the house and the site of some of the apparitions

The house itself looked quite clean and clinical as it has been well maintained, but the best part for me was visiting the site of some of the apparitions. It was so quiet and... read more

Reviewed 3 days ago
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Reviewed 3 days ago NEW

The house itself looked quite clean and clinical as it has been well maintained, but the best part for me was visiting the site of some of the apparitions. It was so quiet and peaceful down by the old well,but i imagine it can be very busy down there when coaches arrive in peak season.

Thank Kandelh
Dungannon, United Kingdom
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Reviewed 6 days ago NEW

Went to Fatima on trip and visited here. Its very quaint, peaceful place. Looks like it was 100yrs ago.

Thank maureen63632016
Keene, New Hampshire
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

While visiting Fatima you must visit one of the little villages where the 3 shepard children lived with their families. These families lived typical old day European style. Small homes with small rooms centered around a kettle in their kitchen with a small add on barn for their animals. The children shared small beds, they only had what they needed....but... More 

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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Small and authentic house of the past. Rua dos Pastorinhos is place where it seems that they are looking to us from some corner.

Thank Rina K
London, United Kingdom
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

This place is so worth seeing. The house is beautifully restored and gives a sense of history and the simplicity that people lived in those ages.

1 Thank Saintlysinner
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Reviewed February 20, 2017

It is a walk from the Sanctuary to visit the houses of the seers, but well worth it. It seems a long distance, but as you walk along the Way of the Cross, time flies. When you see the house of Lucia you step back in time to the simplicity of how the family lived. It's been preserved so well.

Thank Linda D
Manila, Philippines
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Reviewed February 17, 2017 via mobile

The place and the site is heart warming The story about Lucia is very inspiring to be imitated. It was also a great experience to meet the surviving relatives of Lucia It was indeed unforgettable!!

1 Thank BUTCH A
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Reviewed January 2, 2017 via mobile

One of the seers who testified for decades as to what she had seen. Interesting story. And possibly more interesting the procedure used by the Vatican to test the truth of what the three children actually experienced. And Lucia survived the other two children and ended up buried in the same chapel 90+ years later.

1 Thank Jesus S
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Reviewed November 26, 2016

The homes of the children is a bit of a walk from the sanctuary. There is a way of the Cross trail that is worth the effort but be advised that it is hilly. The house helps bring one back to the period and the life of the children.

Thank Paul A
Cromer, United Kingdom
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Reviewed October 27, 2016

I recall visiting the homes of the children in the village and they had been left in their original state. Now they have been tidied up and are much more of a "museum" than they used to be. They do get very busy when tourist coaches arrive in the village.

Thank Tim B

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